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Conan O'Brien Plays Horrifying Indie Games, Doesn't Seem Too Scared

Posted on Friday, October 25 @ 11:30:00 Eastern by


Conan O'brien debuted another Clueless Gamer segment last night with a special focus on three scary PC games for Halloween: Amnesia, Slender, and Outlast.

These three games have scared the pants off of tons of gamers, but I've never been curious enough to try my hand at them. Why would I want to make myself uncomfortable for a few hours of entertainment?

Conan seems to enjoy the games, with the exception of Slender and all three get a vote of "AAAAAHhhhh uhhhh wha?" from the late-night host. Are these the scariest games to play on Halloween?

Do you have other horror game recommendations or stories of frightful hours spent in Amnesia? Share them in the comments below.
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